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A couple circumstances happened at once, making my access apparently not count. Is this correct behavior?

  1. I use the iOS app a lot. I'd been refreshing the feed, but possibly not much else on that particular day. Maybe viewing the feed doesn't count? It's not terribly obvious.
  2. I also keep a few bookmarks in the browser, but apparently had been logged out at some point, so those views didn't count, even though I was viewing.
  3. (For sympathy) I haven't turned on my computer in a week because I'm on paternity leave with a newborn poop-factory blob of screaming. I'll be back to my usual active self in another two weeks.

But I've still been good about visiting every (UTC) day.

It's just a silly badge, but it would have been my first gold one. And I was almost there (about 75 days).

So I thought I'd see what the masses think regarding my particulars. Is there any recourse? Do I deserve any?

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    The app uses the API, which does not count as "activity" towards the badges. See Does access via the API count towards Fanatic and Enthusiast badges?
    – animuson StaffMod
    Commented Mar 20, 2014 at 23:02
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    That sucks, but the logic makes good sense. At least now I can comfortably ignore everyone for the next few weeks! :P
    – mhlester
    Commented Mar 20, 2014 at 23:22
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    The Android app records activity correctly though, so if the iOS app isn't it's either a bug/not yet implemented.
    – Tim Stone
    Commented Mar 20, 2014 at 23:37
  • Well, 100 days later I got that darn badge. And my three month old is doing great too. Closing this question as a dupe, as the behavior has been described for the android app
    – mhlester
    Commented Jun 23, 2014 at 16:57

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